Articles by Stephanie Chen
80% of U.S. workforce will be affected by GPTs, Penn research findsThe researchers identified data processing services, information services, publishing, and insurance carriers as industries in which GPTs will have the greatest effect.
Penn Medicine researchers develop multivalent flu vaccine using mRNA technologyResearchers have developed a new flu vaccine that can protect against all 20 known flu subtypes and can potentially protect against new strains in the future.
Perry World House hosts panel on Global Research & Internship Program during annual career weekThe events, held from Oct. 17 to Oct. 21, featured alumni and real-world professionals who have experience working in careers centered around international issues.
Thirty Penn Medicine staff, medical students receive grants to fund community service projectsSince its inception, the Penn Medicine CAREs program has provided more than $880,000 in funding to over 880 service initiatives.
Penn Engineering professor receives $2.2M grant to research fuel cell technologyKaren Winey, Penn Engineering professor, has received $2.2 million from the Department of Energy to fund research in synthesizing cleaner and more efficient fuel cell technologies.
Public Health and Wellbeing renews programming on sleep and sexual healthThe programs — called “Refresh” and “Penn’s Declassified Sex Survival Guide” — have garnered 3,400 participants and 1,500 participants respectively since their inception.
Biotech company spin-off from Penn raises $40 million for Parkinson's disease researchThe biotech startup was initially developed by two professors of neurosurgery at the Perelman School of Medicine, D. Kacy Cullen and Douglas Smith.
Over 350 undergraduates present summer research at the Fall Research Expo 2022Posters were displayed from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. throughout Houston Hall, and topics ranged from historical analyses of literature to identifying genetic markers for diabetes.
Perelman School of Medicine launches a four-year palliative care programPenn is one of the few medical schools in the country that provide a robust, four-year curriculum on palliative care.
Penn hosts sixth Elon Musk Public Lecture featuring physics professor Andreas AlbrechtThe event was held on Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. and featured 1983 PhD graduate Andreas Albrecht, now a physics professor at the University of California at Davis.
Penn welcomes nearly 6,000 students back to on-campus housingResidential Services expected 2,545 first-year and transfer students, 2,379 second-year students, and 866 third- and fourth-year students to move into campus housing between Aug. 21 and 28.
Revamped Triple ‘S’ Show returns for first time since 2019The Triple ‘S’ Show is a "step, stroll, and/or salute" competition among 12 IGC fraternity and sorority chapters during the 126th Penn Relays.
‘Not as efficient’: Students criticize Path@Penn as difficult to navigateStudents reported having hopes that Path@Penn would improve on Penn InTouch — only to be disappointed with difficulties in the advance registration process.
Penn's cultural centers to host graduation celebrations for the Class of 2022The Daily Pennsylvanian spoke with the seven cultural centers at Penn to find out how they will be celebrating graduating students this spring.
Twenty Penn students camp in West Virginia over spring break as part of a new LGST courseThe course consists of a five mandatory 90-minute class sessions and a Leadership Venture over spring break that involved hiking, biking, and canoeing in Harpers Ferry, W. Va.
Students disappointed by Penn’s failure to readily enforce COVID-19 policiesSome students said that they felt the University's COVID-19 policies — such as double-masking, testing, and isolation — are not being enforced with enough rigor.
Students studying abroad in spring 2022 balance health and learning amid COVID-19Penn has been working with the Committee on International Travel Risk Assessment to review study abroad programs and ensure safety among student travelers amid COVID-19.
Students say ‘sauna’-like rooms are disrupting their sleep and studyingWhen the University switched the air conditioning systems to heating systems in mid-October, students living in high rises and New College House West experienced temperatures reaching what they said felt too warm.
Vast majority of spring 2022 courses will be held in personThe University's emphasis on in-person instruction for spring 2022 applies to all four undergraduate schools.